Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Arrives In Kenya

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Uhuru Kenyatta

President of the Republic of Kenya Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday 11th July 2016 welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at State House, Nairobi.

The Indian PM got a detailed state gathering complete with a 19-firearm salute.

He then examined a watchman of honor mounted by the Kenya Air Force.

On Monday morning, the Indian pioneer started the second and last day of his visit by laying a wreath at the tomb of Kenya’s establishing father Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.

On his landing in State House, he was gotten by his host President Kenyatta. Different dignitaries who got him were Deputy President William Ruto, a few Cabinet secretaries and Chief of the Kenya Defense Forces Gen Samson Mwathethe.

Read More:  MUTAHI NGUNYI: Uhuruto Will Win The Elections 2017 in Round 1

President Kenyatta and the Indian PM will later lead their assignments in reciprocal talks at State House.

After the respective talks, the two pioneers will hold a joint press preparation. Toward the evening, they address a Kenya-India business gathering.

The Indian pioneer’s visit is relied upon to develop exchange between the two nations and diminish the gigantic exchange unevenness, which is supportive of India.

India sends out products commendable Sh116 billion against Kenya’s Sh4 billion.

Facebook Comments

Like this post? Tweet it!

"Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Arrives In Kenya" by @wakenyanews

Tweet Close